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Gala to feature jazz singer Anna Wilson

Anna Wilson, award-winning jazz singer who splits her time between gigs in Nashville and living in Ogden Valley, is building hope for Habitat for Humanity with her...


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Late GWAR frontman's dad says bandmates stole son's remains

The father of David Brockie, who was a founding member of the heavy metal band GWAR, is suing his son’s former bandmates and alleging that they stole...


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Logan-based pop rockers join punks in Ogden

Rising from the ashes of defunct punk rock band American Attic, the trio known as My New Mistress has taken the best parts from the wreckage and constructed a rock...


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Album review: Panthermilk's "Totem" explores psychoactive power

Panthermilk’s new EP “Totem” is a rehash of his previous collection of demos known as “Orion.” The new EP includes five tracks that...


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Unplugged Friday nights at Mojos

While the rest of Ogden was cranking up the volume for the weekend, local all-ages music venue Mojos showcased acoustic artists.  The lineup included Journey...




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SE Music Scoop for Friday, April 3, 2015

Music journalist Raychel Johnson visits with Aaron Peat of Birdwatcher at Pineview Reservoir. Peat discusses his new acoustic EP that is split with a couple other...


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Jazz at the station features WSU ensemble

OGDEN — For April’s edition of Jazz at the Station, the Weber State University Jazz Ensemble will present a free, all-ages concert at the Union...


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Funky jam band brings new sounds to Ogden

Bond and Bentley, a Baltimore, Maryland-based rock band is taking a new sound backed by a new six-song EP of tried and true songs on tour across the country. The...


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Junction City Music Series returns with free concerts downtown

For three years Dalton Jones has been working closely with local businesses and Ogden City to bring live music to downtown Ogden on Wednesday nights. The Junction...


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Famous organist tickles keys at Egyptian Theater

World-renown theater organist Rob Richards has seen the Wurlitzer in Peery’s Egyptian Theater go from a struggling project 10 years ago to the brilliant...


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